A taxonomy of international relations
Teti, Frank M.
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Ch. 1. Introduction. -- ch. 2. The International System as a system. -- ch. 3. The international system as an interdependent. -- ch. 4. An International community. -- ch. 5. The dynamic nature of the international system. -- ch. 6. The rational nature of the international system. -- ch. 7. Power and the international system. -- ch. 8. Conflict and conflict management in the international system. -- Ch. 9. War and cooperation in the international system. -- ch. 10. The international system in operation.
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